OPI GelColor - Mexico City Move-mint 0.5 oz - #GCM83
OPI Gelcolor soak off gel polish (released on October of 2011) applies just like traditional nail polish, but gives your like a super shiny finish that lasts up to two weeks. You can just simply apply the gel like regular nail polish and cure it under a UV or LED lamp for the specified period of time. Why choose OPI Gelcolor? OPI Gelcolor is produced by the largest manufactur of nail products in the world. OPI's Gelcolor will last for 2 weeks and is made specifically to fight the normal wear and tear from daily activities. Their formula does not damage the natural nails and will help keep your nails strong and healthy. How long does it take for OPI Gelcolor to cure? The curing times for Gelcolor gel polish is highly dependent on the type of lamp that you are using. For LED Lamps, Gelcolor will take 20-30 seconds to cure. However, with a UV Lamp, it will take 2 - 3 minutes to cure. Check out the latest LED lamp for faster curing! How do I use OPI Gelcolor polish? The Gelcolor application process is very similar to the other soak off gel polishes... This is how you do it: Preparation Step 1. Prepare the nail by using an orangewood stick to push the cuticles back for a clean application of gel Step 2. Shape your nails to your style with a natural nail filer (150 grit or higher) Step 3. Prepare the natural nail by gently removing the shine using a buffer... lightly buff it to rough up the nail beds Step 4. Remove the oils and dust on your nail by using nail cleanser OPI Gelcolor Application Step 5. (Roll the gelcolor bottle in your hands to mix the contents) Apply a thin even layer of Gelcolor Base Coat onto your nail. Step 6. Place your hand in an LED Lamp and cure for 10 seconds or UV Lamp and cure for 1 minute. The top coat will remain tacky/sticky, but this is normal of any soak off gel polish. Step 7. (Roll the Gelcolor bottle in your hands to mix the contents) Apply a thin even layer of Gelcolor Color coat to your nail. Don't forget to cap the nail edges to create a seal. Make sure you remove any Gelcolor from the skin prior to curing. Step 8. Place your hand in an LED Lamp and cure for 20 seconds or UV Lamp and cure for 2 minute. Step 9. Apply a second coat of Gelcolor color to the nail. Step 10. Place your hand in an LED Lamp and cure for 20 seconds or UV Lamp and cure for 2 minute. Step 11. Apply a thin even layer of Gelcolor Top Coat onto your nail. The top coat creates a high shine while protecting the gel layers below it from damage. Don't froget to cap the nail edges to create a seal. Step 12. Place your hand in an LED Lamp and cure for 20 seconds or UV Lamp and cure for 2 minute. Step 13. Use a liberal amount of alcohol (99%) or gel cleanser with a lint free pad to remove the tacky/sticky residue from your nail.
Additional DetailsItem Name: OPI GelColor - Mexico City Move-mint 0.5 oz - #GCM83
Type: Gel Polish
Weight: 62 grams - (0.14 lb)
Tags: Best Sellers, bestsellers-resort, Blue, Gel Polish, Group: Mexico City Movemint, OPI, OPI GelColor, and OPI Mexico City Spring 2020 Collection
Garbage, 2 days later after applying two of my nails peeled off completely, a week later I abrely had any polish left on my nails. Customer service is the worst, the just copy and paste thier replies over and over again, I contacted them to get a refund and I have to pay for shipping and they will only give me a gift card (if approved) think twice before making any purchases with these people
Love this color! Great color for Spring & Summer!!
Gorgeous color. Goes on smoothly, currently what I’m wearing on my fingers! I’ve gotten so many compliments about the color. Definitely a must in every persons gel collection
Light light green is a really great spring/summer choice. Especially if you are partial to wearing white polish, this is a good second option that replicates the same fresh feeling. May take 3 coats to get the color coverage you are hoping for depending on how thick you apply.
The color is amazing, but the formula was really streaky. It required 3 coats, making the manicure too thick and susceptible to peeling.